District : Chickmagalur

State : Karnataka

A N N E X U R E S

Annexure-1-AGRICULTURE (2002-2001) Taluk-wise (Area in Hectares, production in Metric Tons)

 

Sl No. Name of the Taluk Paddy Ragi Jowar Maize
Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 10300 27398 8565 14697 260 142 100 779
2 Mudigere 9985 19970 - - - - - -
3 Koppa 6570 12351 - - - - - -
4 Sringeri 3555 5901 - - - - - -
5 N.R.Pura 6400 15104 - - - - - -
6 Tarikere 6002 15965 18025 31239 2485 3518 80 233
7 Kadur 1662 6250 32050 57075 1065 1064 30 60
  Total 44474 102939 58820 103011 3809 4724 210 1072
Sl No. Name of the Taluk Redgram Cowgram Blackgram Greengram
Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 60 39 100 27 60 17 35 10
2 Mudigere - - - - - - - -
3 Koppa - - - - - - - -
4 Sringeri - - - - - - - -
5 N.R.Pura - - - - - - - -
6 Tarikere 67 43 275 74 175 500 241 550
7 Kadur 196 117 600 126 446 107 145 26
  Total 323 199 975 227 681 624 421 58
Sl No. Name of the Taluk Avare Bengalgram Horsegram Groundnut
Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 900 274 320 131 152 51 645 634
2 Mudigere - - - - - - - -
3 Koppa - - - - - - - -
4 Sringeri - - - - - - - -
5 N.R.Pura - - - - - - - -
6 Tarikere 1290 357 1211 496 462 158 1035 1017
7 Kadur 196 41 1210 496 2102 630 950 760
  Total 2476 672 2741 1123 2714 839 2630 2411
Sl No. Name of the Taluk Seasum Sunflower Castor Nizer
Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 265 97 1825 1368 130 13 90 54
2 Mudigere - - - - - - - -
3 Koppa - - - - - - - -
4 Sringeri - - - - - - - -
5 N.R.Pura - - - - - - - -
6 Tarikere 1118 409 1620 916 240 24 120 73
7 Kadur 2991 927 3480 156 328 26 105 64
  Total 4374 1433 6925 2440 698 63 315 191
Sl No. Name of the Taluk Mustard Soyabean Cotton
Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 90 18 - - 755 1963
2 Mudigere - - - - - -
3 Koppa - - - - - -
4 Sringeri - - - - - -
5 N.R.Pura - - - - - -
6 Tarikere 115 23 127 50 920 2392
7 Kadur 180 19 - - 229 572
  Total 385 60 127 50 1904 4927
Sl No. Name of the Taluk Sugarcane Tobacco
Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 200 17200 - -
2 Mudigere - - - -
3 Koppa - - - -
4 Sringeri - - - -
5 N.R.Pura - - - -
6 Tarikere 1332 114562 115 143
7 Kadur 23 1840 - -
  Total 1555 133602 115 143

ANNXURE-II

HORTICULTURE (2011-2012) Taluk-wise (Area in Hectare, Production In Metric Tonnes)

Sl No. Name of the Taluk Mango Banana Guava Sapota
    Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 808 5898.40 1299 30159 57 1003 390 3260
2 Kadur 761 6024 375 7639.14 22 216 103 1248
3 Koppa 138 966 330 3870 20 400 274 21.70
4 Mudigere 4 40 581 17354 2 30 150 1500
5 N.R.Pura 15 70 725 18400 - - 207 3068
6 Sringeri 37 275 272 6460 6 110 10 100
7 Tarikere 2327.53 35544 2741.70 24570 - - 100.30 1103
  Total 4176.53 48817.40 6323.7 108452.14 107 1759 1234.30 10300.70
Sl No. Name of the Taluk Lemon Mosambi Orange Pomagranate
    Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 207 4508 - - 703 14060 52 540
2 Kadur 30 45 - - - - 102 740
3 Koppa 32 775 - - 29 725 - -
4 Mudigere 80 160 3 78 268 4640 - -
5 N.R.Pura 76 1680 20 39 - - - -
6 Sringeri 19 380 6 106 19 437 - -
7 Tarikere 43 645 - - 10 50 - -
  Total 487 8193 29 223 1029 19912 154 1280
Sl No. Name of the Taluk Jackfruit Popaya Watermelon Grapes
    Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 78 3120 59 3894 87 2262 - -
2 Kadur 81 1523 48 1632 93 2232 - -
3 Koppa 173 7800 20 1200 - - - -
4 Mudigere 232 8352 - - - - - -
5 N.R.Pura 61 3200 7 600 - - - -
6 Sringeri 48 1900 - - - - - -
7 Tarikere - - 9 48 - - - -
  Total 673 25895 143 7374 180 4494 - -

II. VEGETABLES

Sl No. Name of the Taluk Potato  Tomato Brinjal Beans
    Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 1431 26461 897 14451 128 2880 352 3340
2 Kadur 630 2835 565 16950 148 2960 67 1206
3 Koppa - - - - 12 240 17 136
4 Mudigere - - - - - - - -
5 N.R.Pura - - 47 827 5 38 16 76
6 Sringeri - - - - 2 280 30 270
7 Tarikere 1278 18045 326 8726 56 1232 53 477
  Total 3339 47341 1835 40954 351 7630 535 5505
Sl No. Name of the Taluk Onion Sweet Potato Cabbage Radish
    Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 128 1958 150 2487 319 6067 170 1747
2 Kadur 2150 23650 - - 16 80 67 871
3 Koppa - - 10 120 - - - -
4 Mudigere - - - - - - - -
5 N.R.Pura - - 30 300 - - - -
6 Sringeri - - - - - - - -
7 Tarikere 3438 34380 - - - - - -
  Total 5716 59988 190 2907 335 6147 237 2618
Sl No. Name of the Taluk Beetroot Carrot Bitter gourd Leaf Vegetable
    Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 173 31.14 153 2601 63 651 204 1391
2 Kadur - - - - - - 44.50 290
3 Koppa - - - - - - 11 141
4 Mudigere - - - - - - - -
5 N.R.Pura - - - - - - 15 94
6 Sringeri - - - - - - 25 375
7 Tarikere - - - - 2 16 45 588
  Total 173 31.14 153 2601 65 667 345 2879

III. SPICES

Sl No. Name of the Taluk Papper Cardomom Tamarind Ginger
    Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 1424 328 361 36.10 56 254.8 637 6140
2 Kadur - - - - 44 283.36 44 19.3
3 Koppa 875 210 486 38.88 - - 64 128
4 Mudigere 1610 497 1745 366.45 - - 74 1258
5 N.R.Pura 445 182.45 120 11 11 38 500 6700
6 Sringeri 2081 832 138 12.42 - - 12 120
7 Tarikere 82 35.26 2 0.40 10 15 63 696
  Total 6517 2084.71 2852 465.25 121 591.16 1394 15061.3
Sl No. Name of the Taluk Tumeric Garlic Dry Chilly Dhaniya
    Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 28 235 - - 639 792 266 144.38
2 Kadur 12.2 78 - - 133 332 73 69.36
3 Koppa 30 162 - - - - - -
4 Mudigere - - - - - - - -
5 N.R.Pura 195 2850 - - - - - -
6 Sringeri 4 10 - - - - - -
7 Tarikere 4 80 - - 395 458 14 5.50
  Total 246.2 3415 - - 1167 1582 353 219.24

IV. HROTICULTURE CROPS

Sl No. Name of the Taluk Coconut Arcanut Betalleaves Cashew
    Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 1812 199.32 1185 1599 - - 32 43
2 Kadur 24700 2448 19954 30928 69 645 7 7
3 Koppa 662 66 5030 4557 79 142.2 186 24.18
4 Mudigere 144 14.40 2600 2801.3 60 1500 12 18
5 N.R.Pura 392 50.96 2550 3519 42 410 109 167
6 Sringeri 580 69 2090 2110 15 315 30 42
7 Tarikere 4273 470 7194 9928 27 551 30 42
  Total 32563 3317.68 40603 55442.3 292 3563.2 406 343.18

Beatleleaves & coconut production in terms of lakh numbers.

V. FLOWERS

Sl No. Name of the Taluk Rose Jasmine Sevanthige Sughandaraja
    Area Prodn. Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 11 22 36 224 42 309 - -
2 Kadur - - 18.5 122 72 356 - -
3 Koppa 2 0.8 - - - - - -
4 Mudigere - - - - - - - -
5 N.R.Pura 10 5 - - - - - -
6 Sringeri - - - - - - - -
7 Tarikere 8 3.2 15 110 104 1040 - -
  Total 31 31 69.5 456 218 1705 - -
Sl No. Name of the Taluk Kanakambara Mariegold
    Area Prodn. Area Prodn.
1 Chikmagalur 38 195 159 1008
2 Kadur 13 67.75 175 239
3 Koppa - - - -
4 Mudigere - - - -
5 N.R.Pura - - - -
6 Sringeri - - - -
7 Tarikere 2 0.12 137 1370
  Total 53 262.87 471 2617

 

ANNEXURE - III

Details of Live Stock Censue (1997)

 

  Sl No. Live Stock & Poultry Population As Per 1997 census
I 1 Cattle 362764
  2 Buffaloes 111663
  3 Sheep 74747
  4 Goats 43775
  5 Pigs 11403
  6 Dogs 63563
  7 Other live Stock 354
  8 Poultry 352731
    Total Live-Stock 688774
II   Veterinary hospitals 15
III   Veterinary dispensaries 40
IV   Primary veterinary centers 67
V   Mobile dispensaries 7
VI   Artificial insemination center 2
VII   Engg. Production (Numbers) 135600
  1 Government poultry farm 1
  2

Private poultry farm

86

       

 

ANNEXURE - IV

Details of Mineral Available In the District

                                Major Minerals :

I   Chickmagalur  
  1 Green Quartz Yarehalli, Eshwarahalli, Bindiga
  2 White quarz Shanthaveri
  3 Iron ore, Bauxite, Kyanite Bababudan hills, Kallattigiri
II   Tarikere  
  1 Iron ore Kemmangundi
  2 Soapstone Karnagatta
  3 White quartz, Dunite Naradipura, Kenchapura
III   Mudigere  
  1 Iron Ore Kudremukh, Malleshwara, Nellibeedu, Gagadikallu
  2 Clay Kottigehara
IV   Koppa  
  1 Kynite Koppa, Narve, GanapathiKatte
V   Sringeri  
  1 Clay Miga
  2 Kynite Addagadde
VI   N.R.Pura  
  1 Iron ore Umblebyle
  2 Clay Kanive

                                Minor Minerals :

I Chickmagalur
1 Ornamental Hassan green granite Kalasapura, Eshwarahalli
2 Granite building stone Marle, Kundur, Kelagur
3 Sand In all Streams and River bed
II Tarikere
1 Ornamental granite Lingadahalli
2 Hassan green granite M.C.Halli, Perumanahalli
3 Building Stones H.Thimmapura
III Kadur
1 Ornamental grey granite Buntaganahalli, Gedlehalli
2 Granite Thuruvanahalli, Malleshwara
3 Building Stones Thangli
IV Mudigere
1 Building Stones Billur, Gonibeedu, Angadi
V Koppa
1 Building Stone Bommalapura, Koppa
2 Sand River and Streams
3 Latrite Bommalapura
VI Sringeri
1 Building Stones Bellandur, Honnavalli, Miga
2 Sand River bed
VII N.R.Pura
1

Building Stones

Savthikere, Lingapura
2

Sand

River Bed
3

Latrite

Kanive, Konanakere

Minerals Details of Taluks (2000-2001)

Sl.No Taluks Details Area in Hectares Production in Tonnes
I Chickmagalur      
  Major Mineral Quartz 19.95 -
  Minor Mineral Ornamental Granite 5.25 360 m3
    Building Stone 20.25 34675
    Sand 4.20 6650
II Tarikere      
  Major Mineral Iron Ore 42.40 120653
  Minor Mineral Building Stone 9.25 28500
    Clay for bricks 1.00 600
    Dunite 4.80 5000
III Kadur      
  Major Mineral Soap Stone 32.3 -
  Minor Mineral Building Stone 27.5 52450
    Clay for tiles 2.00 2600
    Clay for bricks 2.00 2200
IV Mudigere      
  Major Mineral Iron ore 4496.81 478440
  Minor Mineral Building Stone 1.25 6050
    Ordinary sand 1.75 4500
V Koppa      
  Minor Mineral Building Stone    
    sand 5.50 9755
    Ordinary sand 5.00 6650
VI Sringeri      
  Minor Mineral Building Stone 9.32 7150
    Ordinary sand 9.2 4300
VII N.R.Pura      
  Minor Mineral Building Stone 2.25 2950
    Ordinary sand 7.50 5980

 

ANNEXURE-V

Details of Coffee Production (2000-2001) all in metric Toness:

 

Sl. No State Arabica % Robosta % Overall Traditional %
1 Karnataka 87850 84.1 123100 62.5 210960 70.0
2 Kerala 1750 1.7 68800 35 70550 23.4
3 Tamilnadu 11800 11.3 4650 2.4 16450 5.5
4 Non Traditional & non-conventional areas 3000 2.9 250 0.1 3250 1.1
  Total (All India) 104400   196800   301200  

Coffee Production in Major District of Karnataka :

Sl. No District Arabica Robosta Total
1 Chickmagalur 41500 37400 78900
2 Kodagu ( including Mysore) 27600 80100 107700
3 Hassan 18750 5600 24350
  Total 87850 123100 210950

 

ANNEXURE-VI

Details of Population Talukwise (1991 Census) :

Sl.No Taluk Population Men Women Rural Urban
1 Chikamgalur 253700 129098 124624 792906 60816
2 Kadur 259914 131537 128377 214428 45486
3 Koppa 80586 40049 40547 75574 5022
4 Mudigere 128437 64848 63589 1129692 15745
5 N.R.Pura 56324 28127 28197 49800 6524
6 Sringeri 33272 16467 16805 29126 4146
7 Tarikere 295918 10440 100618 170896 34122
  Total 1017283 514526 502757 845422 171861

Details of Occupation Pattern of Population:

Sl. No Occupation No of Persons % to main Workers
1 Cultivators 148630 36.00
2 Agricultural labourers 101736 24.64
3 Household industry 8500 2.06
4 Other Workers 153962 37.30
5 Total main workers 412839 100.00
6 Marginal workers 45911 -
7 Total workers 458650 -
8 Non Workers 558633 -
9 Total Population 1017283 -
10 Percentage of main Workers to total workers is  - 90.00

 

ANNEXURE - VII

Details of Registered Youth at the District Employment Exchange (30-06-2001_

Sl. No. Category Men Women Total
1 B.Ed 595 415 1007
  B.Pd 32 6 38
2 Graduates      
  Arts 770 316 1086
  Science 801 318 1119
  Commerce 330 160 490
  B.B.M 14 2 16
3 Diploma Holders      
  Civil 73 6 79
  Mechanical 95 - 95
  Automobiles 45 - 45
  Electrical 80 - 80
  Metallurgy 3 - 3
  Electronics 69 10 79
  Computer Science 68 50 118
  Chemical 1 - 1
4 I.T.I      
  Draftsmen 20 - 20
  Carpenter 5 - 5
  Blacksmith 5 - 5
  Turner 38 - 38
  Fitter 324 - 324
  Diesel mechanic 20 - 20
  Electrician 221 - 221
  Machinist 28 - 28
  Wire men 30 - 30
  Mechanic auto 1 - 1
  Welder 134 - 134
  Moulder 5 - 5
5 Typist 505 759 1264
6 Stenographer 40 54 94
  S.S.L.C. + T.C.H. 1296 735 2031
  S.S.L.C. + C. P.E.d 798 21 819
7 Drivers 1049 - 1049
8 Conductors 1780 65 1845
9 S.S.L.C 9796 3575 13371
10 P.U.C 3680 3070 6750
11 Others 6185 1406 7591
  Total 28936 10965 39901

 

ANNEXURE - VIII

Details of Artisans in Chikmagalur District

 

Sl. No Trade Chikmagalur Kadur Koppa Mudigere Sringeri N.R.Pura Tarikere Total
1 Carpentry 398 380 104 252 153 96 360 1743
2 Black Smithy 105 200 62 64 20 52 65 568
3 Pottery 39 16 5 8 15 4 48 135
4 Cobbler 54 85 12 24 12 7 75 269
5 Gold Smithy 20 15 28 5 6 16 19 109
6 Basket Making 324 25 90 286 87 98 50 960
7 Mat Weaving 75 150 16 32 18 12 135 438
8 Oil extraction 6 9 - - - - 7 22
9 Others 1294 1661 927 892 490 585 1222 7051
  Total 2315 2541 1244 1563 781 870 1981 11295

 

ANNEXURE - IX

Details of General Education (as on 31-0-2001)

 

Sl.No Taluk Primary School High School Pre University
    No Children No Students No Students
1 Chikmagalur 414 42774 65 7496 11 1256
2 Kadur 367 40581 74 9990 12 1324
3 Koppa 153 9122 14 3127 4 259
4 Mudigere 223 19086 19 3062 5 953
5 N.R.Pura 113 11882 11 2369 3 219
6 Sringeri 80 5822 9 1492 2 160
7 Tarikere 270 22656 43 7071 9 540
  Total 1620 151923 235 34607 46 4711
Sl.No Taluk Degree College Polytechnic Engineering Ayurvedic
    No Students No Students No Students No Students
1 Chikmagalur 4 1648 2 469 1 1462 - -
2 Kadur 2 614 1 29 - - - -
3 Koppa 1 289 - - - - 1 193
4 Mudigere 1 157 - - - - - -
5 N.R.Pura 1 101 - - - - - -
6 Sringeri 1 961 - - - - - -
7 Tarikere 3 845 - - - - - -
  Total 13 4615 3 498 1 1462 1 193

 

ANNEXURE - X

Details of Master Unit/Sub Stations:

 

Sl. No. Name of the Sub-Station Voltage Transformer
Class in KV Capacity Total MVA
1 Tarikere 110/11 10 MVA 20 MVA
2 Thangli 110/11 10 MVA 10 MVA
3 Birur 110/11 10 MVA, 5 MVA 15 MVA
4 Ajjampura 110/11 10 MVA 10 MVA
5 Chikmagalur 66/11 12.5 MVA, 5 MVA 17.5 MVA
6 Mudigere 66/11 6.3 MVA 12.6 MVA
7 Balehonnur 66/11,66/33 6.3 MVA, 8 MVA 14.3 MVA
8 Panchanahalli 66/33 8 MVA 8  MVA
9 Lingadahalli 66/11 6.3 MVA 6.3 MVA
10 Koppa 33/11 5 MVA 5 MVA
11 Kalasa 33/11 5 MVA 5 MVA
12 Quardhitlow 33/11 5 MVA 5 MVA

 

ANNEXURE - XI

Details of Financial Institution:                                                                                                                        (as on 31-3-2001)

Sl. No. Name of the Taluk Commercial Banks Grameena Bank PLDBs Other Co-Operative Bank
1 Chikmagalur 26 10 01 17
2 Kadur 17 05 1 04
3 Koppa 15 03 02 03
4 Mudigere 19 04 01 02
5 N.R.Pura 08 01 01 02
6 Sringeri 08 01 01 01
7 Tarikere 14 03 01 03
  Total 107 27 08 22

 

ANNEXURE-XII

Details of Telecommunications:-                                                                                                                                 (as on 30-7-2001)

Sl. No. Name of the Taluk No. of Telephone Connections No.of STD booths No. of Telephone exchange Capacity
1 Chikmagalur 18959 194 33 23100
2 Tarikere 7099 69 21 8812
3 Kadur 8022 77 19 7856
4 Sringeri 2888 26 8 3076
5 N.R.Pura 4033 44 11 4912
6 Mudigere 9454 76 21 11256
7 Koppa 6079 54 18 8176
Total 56552 540 131 69188

 

ANNEXURE XIII

Details of Different Categories of Roads in Chikmagalur District:

Sl.No. Category of Roads Road Length in Km as on 31-3-2001
1 National highways 123
2 State highway 315
3 Major district roads 1251
4 Village roads 213
5 Taluk development board roads 1335
6 Forest roads 2702
7 Irrigation department 76
8 Irrigation department roads 196
9 Muncipal roads 113
10 Pachayath roads 935

 

 ANNEXURE - XIV

Details of different types of Vechicles registered with R.T.O authorities at Chikmagalur as on 31-2-2001

 

Sl. No Type of  Vehiles Number of Vehicles.
1 Motor cycle 35202
2 Motor cars 5762
3 Autorickshaws 2353
4 Motor cabs 461
5 Stage carriages 221
6 Goods vehicles 2296
7 Maxi cabs 193
8 Tractor & Trailors 8327
9 Power tillers 1928
10 Tankers 15
11 Ambulance 16
12 Omni bus 950
13 Others 3015
  Total 60739

 

ANNEXUREB - XV

FUTURE PLANS JOF CORORATIONS, BOARDS AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS

 

a)    CORI CORPORATION AND COIR FEDERATION:-

i)     KARNATAKA STATE COIR DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION:

Karnataka state Coir development corporation has promoted a production centre at Panchanahalli of Kadur taluk.  They have plans to establish de-fibering units, spinning units, powerlooms, showrooms and to train about 150 candidates in comming five years.  G. Yeradhakere and other villages of Kadur Taluk are identified for coir activities.

ii)    KARNATAKA STATE COIR CO-OPERATIVE FEDERATION:-

Coir federation has promoted Four training cum production centers at K,Bidre, Singatagere, Nanjappanahally, D.Karehally.  Also, there is one Coir industrial co-operative society by name "Sriram Thengina Narina Uthpannagala Marata Sahakara Sangha" which has promoted three centres in Kadur Taluk namely Yagati, Byragondanahally & Chikkanallu.  Coir federation has plans to impart training and start production centres at potrntial places of Tarikee, Kadur and Narasihma rajapura Taluk.

b)    KARNATAKA ELECTRONICS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (KEONICS):-

KEONICS which is at present functioning in arented building at jain temple road, Chikmagalur imparts training in the courses Viz.,  data entry operator, Desk top publishing (DTP), Computer programmer, M.S, Windows & M.S.Office, Accounting & Computers, "A" level course, "O" level course.  It may take steps to establish software technology park at Chikmagalur.

c)    KHADHI AND VILLAGE INDUSRIES BOARD:

The board encourages people/artisans of rural areas to start village/rural industries and artisan oriented activities by providing financial assistance through Margin money scheme.

d)    KARNATAKA STATE POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD:

Karnataka state pollution control board has its office at Hassan.  A Deputy Environmental Officer is looking after both Chikmagalur & Hassan districts.  One Assistant Environmental Officer incharge of Chikmagalur district is stationed at Hassan and visits Chikmagalur office located at Deputy Commissioners Office.  KSPCB has plans to construct its own buikding with laboratory facilities at Chikmagalur in the coming years.

e)    KARNATAKA STATE LEATHER INDUSTRIES DEVLOPMENT CORPORATION:

Lidkar is helping leather artisans of our district by imparting skills, supplying way side cabins, providing marketing support through its showroom at Chikmagalur.  LIDKAR has plans to setup common facility centre and showroom in the coming years.

f)    DISTRICT SUPPLIES AND MARKETING SOCIETY:

The Chikmagalur District Industrial Marketing Co-operative Society which was established on 9-2-1990.  Aims at providing raw material to artisans/village industries, tiny units and small scale industrial units and marketing their products basides providing technical guidance and conducting need based training programme.

g)    HANDLOOM & TEXTILES:

Handloom industry has not made much development in the district.  There are 395 handlooms and 5 power ooms in the district which generated employment to 790 persons & 8 persons respectively.  Their investments are Rs.33.90 lakhs and Rs.3.95 lakhs respectively.

The Assistant Director of Handloom & Textile plans to implement schemes like group insurance, thrift fund, interest subsidy, tribal Sub Plan & Special Component Plan, construction of living cum worksheds/housing colonies/collective weaving centers etc for the assistance and welfare of handloom artisans.

h)    KARNATAKA STATE FINANCIAL CORPORATION:

Karnataka state Financial corporation has established a "B" grade branch at Chikmagalur.  The branch manager has powers to sanction and disburse loans upto Rs. 5 lakhs.  KSFC may take steps to enhance the limit of branch manager of sectioning and disbursing loan amount.

i)    SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMME.

District Industries centre in addition to providing escort services to entrepreneurs is also planning to popularise the self employment schemes of Karnataka State Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribes Development Corporation, Karnataka state Women Development Corporation, Karnataka State Minorities Development Corporation and Karnataka State Backward Classes Development Corporation by conducting seminars and workshops involving AWAKE, KVIB/KVIC, ABARD and COBSETI besides implementing Govt. sponsored schemes like PMRY, Vishwa, Yashashwini, Beekeeping, SGSY, SSRY Etc.,

j)    COFFEE BOARD :-

Coffee board has plans to setup coffee complex near industrial estate at Chikmagalur.  It is proposed to construct, coffee auction centre, library, museum, laboratory, cup-testing centre, transit house, coffee house, office & staff quarters  for which five acres of land has already been acquired.

k)    TOURISM INDUSTRY:-

Chikmagalur with its natural beauty and forest wealth is an important tourist district.  Sandwiched between two other tourist districts namely Hassan & Shimoga.  The celebrated Sringeri mutt at Sringeri, Balehonnu Rambabipuri Mutta, Dattathreya Peeta at Bababudan giri and Amruthaeshwara temple at Amruthapura are some of the important religious places.  This district has many beautiful hill resorts, the lofty hill ranges like Mullainagiri, Kudremukha, Kemanagundi, Hebbe falls, Kalathi falls are all beautiful.  Mullaianagiri is the highest point in the district i.e. about 1926 meters above the sea level.  The district has a rich tourist potential and its economic potential offers challenge.

Adventure/recreation activity centre, that is facility for learning as well as undertaking adventurous activities, such as rock climbing, hand gliding, golfing, etc., can be promoted.  Also existing educational institutions can think of staring courses on tourism and hotel management.  Chikmagalur is an ideal place for establishement of Spiritual Cum Yoga and Naturotherapy centre of international standard.  Department of Tourism has plans  to provide boating facility at Iyanakere tank at Sakarayapatana.  They have plans to construct yathri nivas at Chikmagalur city and Horanadu.  During the plan period the department of tourism has plans to construct tourist guest houses/cottages at Amruthapura, Belavadi, Bhadra Wild life sancturay, Kudremukh and Bababudan giri.  The department has plans to provide way side facilities at Khandya, Angadi and Kalathagiri falls near Kemanugundi.

The department of tourism is offering certain incentives and concessions to the tourism related activities.  The incentives and the concessions are investment subsidy, exemption of luxury charges, special additional investment subsidy to scheduled caste and scheduled tribe entrepreneurs, minority community entrepreneurs, women entrepreneurs and ex-service men.  Thus by promoting tourism industry the local youngsters will get direct and indirect employment substantialy.

 

ANNEXURE-XVI

ADDITIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE REQUITED FOR SPEEDY INDUSTRIALISATION 

 

a)    ESTABLISHMENT OF MINI TOOL ROOM & TRAINING CENTRE AT CHIKMAGALUR.

A mini tool room and training centre is required in the industrially  backward district like chikmagalur.  This serves twin objectives of training highly skilled tool makers and providing tooling support to industries.  Even though conventional technical institute like engineering colleges, polytechnics and industrial training institutes are functioning efficiently, establishment of mini tool room by a professional agency would help in employment

generation and technological upgradation of the existing Small Scale Industries.

 

The main objectives of proposed Mini tool room and training Centre are:-

a)    To provide training facilities to tool manufacturing and tool designer to generate a work force of skilled 

        workmen, supervisor, engineer/designer.

b)    To work as a Nucleus Centre for providing Consultancy, information service, documentation etc., for 

        solving the problems related to tolling of industries in the region.

c)    To act as a common facility centre for small scale and medium Scale industries.

d)    To manufacture jigs, fixture, cutting tolls, gauges, press tools, plastic moulds, forging dyes, pressure 

        casting dyes and other tooling for small scale industries.

The proposed mini tool room and training centre can be located in the Amble industrial area which is about 7 Km from Chikmagalur city.  Thus by establishing a mini tool room local youngsters will get either wage employment or they can think of promoting their own small scale industries.

b)    BIO TECH PARK:-

Bio technology is the latest sunrise industry which offers the promises of Solutions to problems ranging from food deficit t deadly diseases.  In future India could be a global economic power by transforming agriculture into a more productive enterprises.  Chikmagalur is one of the prominent plantation / horticulture crops growing districts of our state, nearly 40 % of the cropped area is covered by plantation and horticulture crops.  Increased diversification of horticulture investments is being observed now a days.  It is advantageous to ADD VALUE to these horticulture produce so that the grower gets good return and country gets foreign exchange.  It is here, biotechnology plays an important role.  There is a good scope for promoting cold storage and establishing aromatic gardens and Sanjeevini vanas for pharmaceutical industry.

Chikmagalur is an ideal place for establishment of  BIO TECH  park which can be located in Amble industrial area., This proposed park can provide services to promote biotechnology based enterprises in the fields of agriculture, medicine and food.  The bio tech park would have infrastuctural  facilities like solar power plants, efficient waste disposal system, advanced telecommunication system, modern information centre, training and business centres, bio super market incubation centre, modern multimedia informatic  complex and a quality laboratory.

Chikmagalur is also an ideal place for establishment of  FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIAL PARK.

c)    ESTABLISHMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ENTREPRENEURS PARK.

Science and technology entrepreneur's par (STEP) is a new concept to help small scale industries and medium scale enterprises in the area of support systems to assist them through establishment, sustenance and growth.  The park will provide technical guidance and train the upcoming entrepreneurs.  The park also involves in development of special skills including entrepreneurial skills, product and prototype development and tie ups with industries to take up research and development activities.  The proposed science and technology entrepreneur park would be established in association with Adichunchanagiri institute. of technology, Chikmagalur a highly reputed technical institute.

d)    SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY PARK:

Karnataka, silicon state of India is the first state to announce information technology policy in 1997 and has become a centre for imformation technology product and services.

Since Eco friendly industries are more suited for Chikmagalur district, establishment of software technology park in Chikmagalur city enables software engineers to start their own software industries.

The proposed software technology park can have common facilities like centralized computer devices, storage units, networks controller cards, hardware and software items, printers and output devices, networking/cabling and related accessories, telecommunication equipments, video phones, v-sat facilities, video conference facilities, fax and Tele printer facilities, including an earth station.